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Jennifer Dawn (Bell) Campbell
Apr 6, 1982 - Aug 16, 2016
Posted by Ann Weber

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Jennifer Dawn Campbell, 34, of Bartlesville died Tuesday after fighting an extended illness in Tulsa. She is finally “floating” in peace and will be deeply missed by all who loved her.

Jennifer was born the daughter of James and Linda Faye (Tolbert) Bell on April 6, 1982, in Tulsa. She was raised and educated in Dewey graduating from Dewey High School in 2000. Jen excelled at sports and participated in many different team and individual sports including basketball, track and color guard. After high school she attended Northeastern State Univ. (NSU) in Tahlequah for a year before returning home. Jen soon met through mutual friends the man she lovingly referred to as her sexy redhead, Barry. They were united in marriage two years later on April 22, 2005, in Bartlesville, and shared 11 years together as husband and wife.

Shortly after marriage, Jen found herself consumed in her two children’s activities, both at school and different sports - she liked to say she was an “everything other than a soccer mom.” She loved her kids (and fur babies) and the family stayed very active in school and sports.
Jen and Barry loved camping, sometimes spending weeks at a time at Washington Cove on Copan Lake. They also took multiple trips to Branson yearly. Jennifer had a zest for life and never let her Type 1 diabetes and health issues stop her from doing things she loved with the people she loved. She was a fanatical pro football fan and the Seattle Seahawks were her team. She had a love for animals, both real and rubber ducks, and a soft spot for homeless animals that needed love, care and shelter. She enjoyed scrapbooking and crafts. She loved sprint car racing and hearing stories of the Dewey Speedway that was owned by her father James.

Jennifer is survived by her loving husband and children of the home, Barry, T. J and Brinlee; father James Bell of Dewey; two brothers, John Brown and Missy of Waco, TX, and Jim Bell and Denise of Dewey; two sisters, Cheryl Bishop of Bartlesville, and Melissa Hammer and Justin of Dewey; two nieces, Chaney Bishop of Dewey, and Erika Brown of Chicago; one nephew Edmund Bishop and Paige of Ramona, as well as Rusty Roo Campbell, her long haired Winnie dog - and everyone else (you know who you are) including many great nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her beloved mother Linda Bell.

Jen’s family will receive friends at the Davis Family Funeral Home, 918-534-3030, 113 S. Osage (Hwy. 75), Dewey, on Friday, August 19, from 6-8 p.m.

Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 20, at the First Baptist Church of Bartlesville, with Rev. Casey Parham officiating. Interment will follow in the Dewey Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Carter Davis and the Davis Family Funeral Home. Online condolences and remembrances may be shared with Jen’s family at www.DavisFamilyFuneralHome.com.


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